An instructional website on Internet literacy for teachers
Tutorials
Introduction
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NAVIGATION MENU
Home
Search
Quiz
Internet
Ethical Issues
Communicating
File Searching
Downloading
FTP: Moving Files
Feedback
References
Toolbox
Telecommunications Tower
The Internet & WWW
 

Spinning Globe
Ethical Issues

Typing Computer
Communicating

Magnifying Lens
File Searching

Network Icon

Downloading


FTP: Moving Files

Capstone Project 
for M.S. Instructional Technology*
by Antoinette C. Go
University of Southern Mississippi
Presented on March 31, 2000
There are many advantages to using the Internet for teaching and learning. This includes access and ease of use, interactivity, and convenience. The opportunities and resources are out there if we know how to use these wisely. This interactive, multimedia website aims to offer some clues and answers. The most popular Internet resources will be discussed in terms of how these can improve the way we learn and teach. 

This is the Internet Explorer version
(no moving navigation bar)

Click here for Netscape version
(no pop-up ads)

To begin click on Course Description or Content Menu

Course Description
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Standards
Assessment
Tools Description


Master of Science in 
Instructional Technology

Department of 
Technology Education

University of 
Southern Mississippi

 
* DEFINITIONS
"Information literacy is a survival skill in the information age. Instead of drowning in the abundance of information that floods their lives, information literate people know how to find, evaluate, and use information effectively to solve a particular problem or make a decision ..." "Instructional Technology is a rapidly growing career field that uses computers, the Internet, networks, telecommunications, learning theory, systemic planning, and other emerging technologies to change and improve the way we teach and learn."

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Last updated May 6,  2000
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This interactive instructional website is a course module of the Web-Based Learning and Instruction Support System for Instructional Technology (WBLISS).
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